2013 EE Week Photo Contest
Do you have an inspiring photo of how you and your school or organization are engaging students in environmental education? EE Week invites you to upload your photos, including those from digital cameras, camera phones and social media sites like Instagram to the EE Week Photo Contest. Your photo can depict activities either inside or outside the classroom, before, during or after EE Week.
The 2013 EE Week Photo Contest -- which runs from April 1 through May 31, 2013 -- is open to individuals affiliated with a school or organization providing K-12 educational programs. Photo Contest applicants must be 18 years of age or older, have a valid email address and be residents of the United States.* Read the complete contest rules.
Entries will be judged on quality, visual appeal and the student learning that resulted from the environmental education efforts depicted in the photo. Prizes include a Samsung Galaxy Note® 10.1 (Wi-Fi) 16GB, a 14.2 Megapixel Samsung SMART Camera and a Dual-View Smart Camera with Built-in Wi-Fi.
Got photos of wildlife near your school? Upload them to Project Noah's Global Schoolyard Bioblitz mission and contribute to wildlife observations from schoolyards around the world in an effort to get kids outside and exploring nature. Contribute now through May 31 for the chance to win this commemorative digital EE Week 2013 patch.
*No purchase necessary. All contest participants must be at least 18 years old, residents of the U.S., and affiliated with an organization which provides K-12 educational programs, and meet all eligibility requirements. Void where prohibited. Read the complete contest rules.